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Questions about a throttle repair

One of my deuces has a throttle issue that I think will be easy to repair. I just need a better understanding of what I am up against. The truck runs and starts fine and will move when you let out on the clutch. But there is no response when you step on the throttle. If I push down on the throttle pedal it will return to its original position. Before I crawl underneath can someone tell me what I should look for? Does this sound like a common problem?
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Okay, I crawled underneath and found the problem. The linkage is pulling back but the piece that sticks out of the injection pump is stuck. I could not get it to loosen by tapping it with a hammer. So what should I do next? Is this something I can repair without pulling the injection pump?
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I pulled the passenger side fender for easier access. I zeroed in on the problem area. I do not know what that part of the IP is called, but I o know it does not work. Can any one offer me any tips or tricks before I proceed?
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